Why FIFA’s new World Cup strategy could help the U.S.

Why FIFA's new World Cup strategy could help the U.S.
Why FIFA's new World Cup strategy could help the U.S.

Here’s why FIFA’s recent announcement that the 2030 World Cup will be held in six countries in three continents could provide an unexpected boost to the United States down the line.


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